Szolnoki Olaj forward Milosevic signs off from Second Round with Top Performer award
Despite struggling somewhat with 6 turnovers, Milosevic managed to amass an efficiency index of 28, the most by any player on a winning team this week.
Diamon Simpson of Demir Insaat topped the overall list with an efficiency of 30 after posting a 14-point and 17-rebound double-double with 5 assists, 3 steals and 2 blocks.
Meanwhile, Kataja Basket swingman Wesley Saunders finished the FIBA Europe Cup journey by filling up the boxscore with 19 points, 14 rebounds, 4 assists and 3 steals in a close 85-83 defeat to Istanbul BBSK.
There was a much happier ending of the Second Round of the Chris Czerapowicz-led Tsmoki-Minsk, who earned a last-minute ticket to the next phase of the competition with a 84-45 triumph over Mornar Bar.
Having converted 5-of-6 attempts from three-point range, Czerapowicz continued his stellar play with a 24-point and 6-rebound display.